1985 was a memorable year for Linda Moore and her curling rink from the North Shore Winter Club as the rink went through four local, nine provincial, and eleven national playoffs without a loss.

Their 11-0 record at the nationals (the Scott Tournament of Hearts) won them the right to represent Canada at the 1985 world championships in Sweden.

At the world championships representing Canada, the Moore Rink won the first seven games in the round robin. With the last rock and a score of 5-2, the rink beat Scotland in the finals to win the world title. With Penny Ryan playing in place of Laurie Carney, the Linda Moore Rink went on to win the gold at the 1988 Olympic Winter Games in Calgary where curling was contested as a demonstration event.

Team Members:
Laurie (Jansen) Carney (lead), Debbie (Orr) Jones (second), Rae Moir (coach), Linda (Tweedie) Moore (skip), Lindsay (Davie) Sparkes (third).